WoW Classic’s next stress test is open to subbers in North/South America, Oceania

The test runs Wednesday to Friday of this week.


Blizzard has announced that the next World of Warcraft Classic stress test will be happening this week on Wednesday, June 19th, lasting until Friday, June 21st, and this one’s going to be the biggest yet both in terms of available content and eligible participants. This time around, all players with active accounts in the Americas and Oceania region will be able to join in on the fun. For those who haven’t taken part in one of the previous WoW Classic stress tests, the game client will be available to download and install late tomorrow, June 18th.

All character races and classes will be available for this test, with the maximum level capped at 15. On top of the usual open-world content, there will be an array of instanced content for players to jump into as well, including Ragefire Chasm, Wailing Caverns, and Deadmines (which might be a bit of a challenge at level 15, but hey), plus Warsong Gulch for those looking to scratch that PvP itch. The devs ask that players do their best to “focus as much play as possible during the first three hours of the stress test” in order to allow the team to pinpoint any issues with high server loads.

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